*A list of all 12 Months-Students circle/write the current month
*A list of all 4 Seasons-Students circle the current season
*A list of all 7 Days of the Week-Students circle/write the current day as well as yesterday and tomorrow
*A dictated line for students to write the full date (Day of the week, month, number and year)
*Abbreviations for yesterday, today and tomorrow's dates (ex: __/__/__)
*A box to write the number, date in tally marks (ex: March 9th- draw 9 tally marks)
*Place value grid for the number, date (ex: March 9th- 0 tens, 9 ones)
*Expanded form for place value (ex: 0+9=9)
*Number of the day (I don't necessarily correspond with the actual number date- I choose different numbers to work on).
*Number before and number after, number of the day.
*Odd or Even
*Write the number word
*Place value for number of the day
*Expanded form for number of the day
*Making number of the day out of money and writing the value (ex: 30- draw three dimes)
*Greater than/Less than numbers according to number of the day.
*Writing equations to figure out the values of: 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, 10 less and 100 more than the number of the day.
*Space for pattern of the day and rule
*Telling time both digital and analog. I usually have an analog clock that displays the time and students draw the hands themselves, then figure out the time and write the time.
*Space to determine morning or afternoon depending on if I write 'am' or 'pm' on the board.